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Conceptis Hashi for iPad and iPhone: Bridge The Islands. Solve The Puzzle.Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Conceptis Hashi for iPad and iPhone, a new brain-bending puzzle game that requires creating bridges between islands by logic deduction, is now available free on App Store™. Bridge the Islands - solve the puzzle! The first release includes 120 free puzzles starting with very easy 7x10 grids for beginners and increasing in size to extremely hard 20x26 grids for the experts.
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Hashi, also known in the west as Bridges, Hashiwokakero and Chopsticks, is an addictive bridge-connecting puzzle which was invented in Japan. The puzzles are solved by connecting islands with bridges according to the rules so that there is a continuous path between all islands. Using pure logic and requiring no math to solve, these fascinating puzzles offer endless fun and intellectual entertainment to puzzle fans of all skills and ages.
Conceptis Hashi for iPad and iPhone is a no-frills app which uses intuitive swiping gestures to create bridges and offers all necessary gaming features to best enjoy solving these puzzles. More Hashi puzzle volumes will be published regularly and made available for purchasing in the app library page. To download Conceptis Hashi click here or the badge below.
Hashi rules are simple. Each puzzle is based on a rectangular arrangement of circles, where each circle represents an island and the number in each island tells how many bridges are connected to it. The object is to connect all islands according to the number of bridges so that there are no more than two bridges in the same direction and all bridges are interconnected enabling passage from any island to another.
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